Brazil is a beautiful country, and a lot of people are visiting the country because of its beauty. However, deep within the beauty of Brazil lies an ugly truth – the nation is plagued by corrupt officials and corruption seems not to end. From the high ranking officials of the land down to the lowest officials, corruption is deeply rooted in society. The country is consistently being on the most corrupted countries list, and no matter how hard Brazil tries to remove its negative image when it comes to corruption, it always stays and would never leave them. Many private organizations have asked the government to punish those who are tainting the image of Brazil because of their corruption, and individuals are also protesting the ill-mannered activities done by the government.
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Bruno Fagali, a young lawyer who just passed his examinations, stated that the government should start being serious about the issue. Because he wanted his country to be taken off the most corrupt countries list, Bruno Fagali decided to launch the FAGALI Advocacy, and according to him, the goal of his organization is to stop the plague of corruption that has been haunting the country ever since. He administered a departmental drive that would take place in key cities around the country. With departmental drive, he would be visiting a government office, and he would be observing how the employees would behave. Bruno Fagali also stated that there would be educational presentations that would open up the mind of the government officials.
So far, the campaign of Bruno Fagali was reported to be successful. People who are living near government centers have expressed their joy because of the dwindling number of corruption cases. According to the people who have been subjected to the departmental drive; it will be tough for those who would commit such act to do their illegal practices under the surveillance of the CCTV cameras. According to consultasocio.com, Bruno Fagali continues to spread his message across the country, and he would love to see a redeemed Brazil, where the officials have changed and adopted a new law that would punish corrupt officials.
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